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Hop Yick Plaza
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Hop Yick Plaza
Basic Information
Address 23 Tai Tong Road, Yuen Long
Property Category Shopping Arcades & Shops
Leasing Enquiry Miss Chiang
Tel 2908 8991

Hop Yick Plaza is at the heart of the Yuen Long town centre, an area renowned for its busy traffic and buzz. Within a two-minute walking distance from the Tai Tong Road LRT Station, covered by various bus and minibus routes, with a basement carpark and the Jusco $10 Plaza Plus as the anchor tenant, the two-storey Hop Yick Plaza regularly attracts a daily traffic flow in tens of thousands.

Atop Hop Yick Plaza and surrounding it is a number of residential estates. With the opening of the MTR West Rail Line in 2003, the population in Yuen Long keeps growing, promising higher returns for retailers.

Boasting a high ceiling, a wide assortment of shop sizes from 58 to over 7,000 sq. ft. and professional property management service from Henderson Land’s subsidiary, all business types, especially in the fashion, beauty and lifestyle categories, can thrive easily in Hop Yick Plaza.

Defrauders Alert

We wish to alert the public of fraudulent emails and messages, purported to be sent from Lee Shau Kee Foundation (“the Foundation”) or Dr Lee Shau Kee (“Dr Lee”), in an attempt to deceive the recipients into believing that they have been granted a monetary donation / funds by the Foundation or Dr Lee.

These fraudulent emails and messages were sent from free webmail addresses such as “”, “”, “”, or via Facebook Messenger from fraudulent social media account such as “”.

We hereby clarify that neither the Foundation nor Dr Lee has proactively sent any emails or messages to individuals and/or companies offering any funds / grants. The Foundation and Dr Lee would not use any free webmail account and have not opened or maintained any social media account. The Foundation and Dr Lee have no connection whatsoever with these fraudulent emails, messages and social media accounts. We have reported the matter to the Hong Kong Police for investigation.

Members of the public should be vigilant with regard to fraudulent emails or messages, and should always exercise due care in disclosing any personal data and information, or in acting upon any request for payment from unverified sources. Please report to the police in case of suspicious of fraud.

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